The Estes Park Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... up is fine cos you know there is a reason, walking down is just boring. We did however come across a chipmunk that was incredibly tame and was happy to pose for photos and to check if the camera could be eaten. It couldn’t.
At the bottom we took pictures of a lake and then drove 30min or so to a park and ride so we could get a lift to Bear Lake (a lake) as they claim the parking lot there is always packed. I was dead on my feet ...
... 8230;..and it was COLD! This time I came prepared with winter coats, and layers on, but next time I will remember sunscreen and snow boots. There’s nothing that seems crueler than letting a southern child go out to a snow field in Colorado, and then screaming at them to come back so that their only pair of shoes doesn’t get wet. Will and I gave 110%252525 on the drive up to divert the kid’s attention from “sudden death off of a cliff” ...
... our same sinking boat. We finally decided that their hooting was getting less noticeable as they had apparently passed over the mountain top so the people on the other side were now privy to their screaming and whaling. But it meant a fairly peaceful climb ahead so we decided to go for it. The trail to Dream Lake is steep and heads up the mountain to the beautiful alpine lake. Along the way you get an almost straight down view from a rock ...
... overlook over the town. The chipmunks were as tame as kittens and I fed some out of my hand. We hiked to the summit then came back down just in time for them to shut down the tram service. Good thing, it was starting to rain. We had supper while the rain died down then shopped in Estes Park for a bit. We saw people pointing up in a tree on our drive back to the rental and soon saw why. There was a rather large black bear just hanging ...
Well, the biggest score today, only 1/3 of the way thru, is that I scored a very bright orange (like traffic safety vest orange) cheesy daypack (shoddy, really shoddy) to wear when I'm exploring on my day adventures. Was priced at 7.99 at Goodwill, and I said, "no way". I found the manager, told him that seemed a bit much for what it was, he grabbed and changed the price to 1.99 (he strongly ...